Yesterday on the radio show, Glenn had an important message to listeners: Now is not the time to be boastful about the scandals and to throw the new information in the faces of people who didn't believe Obama and his administration could be anything less than altruistic.
"I wanted to push their (The Associated Press) faces in it," Glenn said on radio.
"This is what we've been telling you people for five years. And you've been protecting his backside for five years. You've been calling us crazy or conspiracy theorists, we're haters. We're racists. And now all of a sudden all hell is breaking loose like we told you it would." Pat said.
But Glenn said it was important to choose the high road.
"Let's just welcome them into the boat. 'You're right. Man, this is bad. We've got to stop it, right?' 'Boy. Didn't see this coming.' 'I did see this coming.' Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. 'Good, I'm glad you're here. Let's work together to stop this because it's crazy, isn't it?'"